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  1. Technology
    The world is changing my friends. Strap in.
  2. Toronto (Ontario)
    This list is not exhaustive and no doubt it could be more detailed.
  3. Sydney
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-gm-autonomous/honda-to-invest-2-75-billion-in-gms-self-driving-car-unit-idUSKCN1MD1GW Wow, "In January, GM filed a petition seeking U.S. government approval for a fully self-driving car - one without a steering wheel, brake pedal or accelerator pedal - to...
  4. Sydney
    https://www.nsw.gov.au/news-and-events/news/driverless-vehicle-trials-coming-to-regional-nsw/ more driverless vehicles, coming to Coffs this year. Maybe Sydney Airport to the nearby hotels would be the next logical step?
  5. Autonomous
    Rideshare drivers are not the only ones whose jobs are threatened by automation. NewCo Shift, May 12th by Scott Rosenberg When artificial intelligence invades the white-collar ranks, the tasks it will eliminate first are most likely to be grunt-work: the cases that newly minted lawyers must...
  6. Autonomous
    Drivers are justifiably concerned about SDCs eliminating their jobs. We are not alone. Among the professions endangered by automation are both Doctors and Lawyers. Fortunately, I think Indian Chiefs are safe, for now at least. ;) There are already over 20 apps that give legal advise and over...
  7. Chatter
    Robots don't draw wages. Machines don't complain when treated unfairly. Computers don't file class action lawsuits. I remember, as far back as 20 years ago, experts predicting that vast sections of the labor force would eventually be replaced by automation. The market economy is driven by...
  8. Tampa
    Here is an interesting tidbit I picked up... (NASDAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk spoke about autonomous cars and progress in that area happening "much faster than people realize".' data-reactid="16">Last week, Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk spoke about autonomous cars and progress in that area...
  9. Toronto (Ontario)
    Today I was speaking with an older european political observer. It was interesting to hear his assessment of the rise of extreme political movements around the world, especially in light of PM Trudeau's remarks last night at a private dinner. Trudeau castigated and cautioned the elites that they...
  10. Sydney
    Before you regurgitate the Uber marketing spin, learn this very important lesson from the big supermarkets: They installed self-serve checkouts which requires the customer to actually do more work than before while they have fewer and fewer staff to attend the checkouts. With this 'increased...
  11. Technology
    Technology advances exponentially, not at a steady linear pace. http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/are-robots-coming-for-our-jobs-1.3765986
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